disprovability love


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  • n. The ability to be disproven; refutability.


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  • (d) how they would know if the Great Forced State Skooling Frankensystem was ACTUALLY fatally flawed -- there's that 'disprovability' again -- and should be unceremoniously shut down.


  • The difference and it is a huge one is that the scientific realm is a realm of disprovability and testability, so heliocentrism and creationism are wrong as science in a way that SWEEASTW and mystical scientism are not wrong as religions.

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  • Scientists are trained to do their battles in public, with disprovability and reproducibility as guiding concepts.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Obviously it’s consistent to recognise the inherent disprovability of a deity, but at the same time to consider oneself, and label oneself, an atheist.

    Thinking About The God Delusion « Whatever


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